Human Resources Speaker Dr. Carl Christman
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Human Resources Speaker

One of the most important things meeting and event planners are responsible for is selecting the human resources speaker. It is important to choose the right human resources speaker who will set the tone for the rest of the meeting or conference.

With so many human resources speakers to chose from out there, the question is, how do you make sure you choose the right human resources speaker? We have put together a short list of things to look for when you being your human resources speaker search.

1. Knowledgable Human Resources Speakers

Your human resources speaker should be knowledgeable on the topic. There are many examples of expertise, but ideally human resources speakers should either have an education related to the field they are talking about, work experience, or personal experience.

Dr. Christman is the author of the best-selling book "How to Read Minds & Influence People".

2. Experienced Human Resources Speakers

Unfortunately, there is a low bar to entry in the speaking world. Virtually anyone can claim to be a human resources speaker, regardless of how little experience they have. It is obviously much safer to choose a human resources speaker who has given many human resources speeches to a variety of audiences. You don’t want your human resources address to be his or her first try.

Dr. Christman has two decades of experience as a professor and has delivered countless human resources speeches to rave reviews.

3. Engaging Human Resources Speakers

Delivering standard human resources speeches is not hard. It is possible for a human resources speaker to simply stand up and read through their script and cover the basic points. In order to make sure your conference has an amazing human resources speech that leaves your audience buzzing, it is important to have an engaging human resources speaker who draws your audience in.

In addition to being a human resources speaker, Dr. Christman is a world-class mentalist and uses this experience to keep your audience engaged and entertained.

The bottom line is that you have a lot of choices when it comes to choosing the right human resources speaker for your next conference. A good human resources speaker can make you a hero at your organization. A bad human resources speaker can ruin a meeting. Whether you want a human resources speaker to inspire and motivate your team or teach them how to communicate more effectively, you can’t go wrong by having Dr. Christman as your human resources speaker.

About Dr. Carl Christman

From sales to customer service, building customer relations is the key to increased profits. Improve communication skills and increase your sales with Dr. Carl Christman's proven techniques. Your team can quickly learn persuasion and influence techniques to help improve customer retention and increase loyalty. Dr. Carl Christman's interactive keynote presentation explores interpersonal communications and influence from a radically different perspective. Participants will gain the tools to more productively relate to family, friends, and colleagues. His program unlocks the secrets of real mind reading by focusing on body language and micro-expressions. You will learn how to harness the power of persuasion by learning what researchers have proven and what makes top salespeople so successful.

With over 15 years as a professor of communication and his work as a mentalist, Dr. Christman's presentations are educational, interactive and entertaining. Would you like to avoid lost sales because your team doesn't know what customers are really thinking? If your life would be easier if you knew what your colleagues, competition, and customers were thinking then this program is for you.

You may download a one-sheet to share with your team or planning committee. Agent-friendly one-sheets are available upon request.


Human Resources Speaker Carl Christman

With over 18 years experience as a professor of communication and his work as a mentalist, Dr. Christman's presentations are educational, interactive and entertaining. He is the author of the best-selling book How to Read Minds and Influence People and has inspired countless audiences. As a human resources speaker Christman helps audiences build rapport by reading and influencing those around them.



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